10 Facts About Arizona Coyotes


Arizona Coyotes are a professional ice hockey team based in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

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The Arizona Coyotes compete in the National Hockey League as a member of the Central Division in the Western Conference and currently play at the Mullett Arena in Tempe.

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The Arizona Coyotes did not renew his contract and he retired at the end of the season.

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In 2002, the Arizona Coyotes posted 95 points, one point behind their best total as an NHL team while in Winnipeg, but went down rather meekly to the San Jose Sharks in five games.

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In 2005, Ellman sold the Coyotes, the National Lacrosse League's Arizona Sting and the lease to Gila River Arena to trucking magnate Jerry Moyes, who was a part-owner of Major League Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks.

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The Arizona Coyotes acquired Radim Vrbata from the Chicago Blackhawks for Kevyn Adams in an effort to provide the team with more offense.

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In December 2008, the media became aware the Arizona Coyotes were suffering massive losses and that the NHL was paying the team's bills.

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Arizona Coyotes's bid proposed to keep the team in the Glendale area while engaging young hockey players in the region through school partnerships and scholarship efforts.

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The Arizona Coyotes left Doan a standing offer to remain with the team in a non-playing role.

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Arizona Coyotes is known to beat on a bucket to encourage the fans to cheer and has many different outfits in games.

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